Originally from Watertown NY Jenn received her training in Lake Placid, NY. She has coach in several clubs in Northern New York, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Her Objective is to encourage her students to set goals and guide them in developing diligence and dedication required to achieve their dreams. She instills a sense of diligence and dedication as well as the joy of skating. Jenn's interests include Choreography, Show Production, Power Hockey, Pre-School Programs, Figures, Freestyle, Moves in the Field, Dance and Free Dance
Jennifer Lupia is the 2017 World Figure Silver Medalist, World Figure Hall of Fame Inductee, Multi Gold Medalist and ice skating coach in Burlington Vermont Area. She teaches private and group lessons at Leddy Park Arena, Cairns Arena, Gutterson Arena, Essex Skating Facility, and Waterbury Ice Center. She is available for Figure Skating, Freestyle, Moves in the Field, Ice Dance, Figures, Choreography, Show Productions, and Power Hockey. Here are the associations Jennifer coaches also with CVSC, UVM Freestyle Team, Glades and Full Stride.
USFSA Member, FSC of Watertown, Since 1978
Bachelor of Arts in Drama, SUNY Potsdam, 1996
PSA Member since, 1997, Attended PSA 2000-2012 Conference & Work Shops,
PSA Rated Power Hockey Level 2, Registered Freestyle & Moves in The Field 2005
Taught skaters through Gold in Moves in the Field and Silver Freestyle. Program Director for several programs across New England including CVSC. Assistant Coach of two Theater On Ice Teams, the Adult team "On Thin Ice" And "Vermont Children's Theater on Ice" Jenn has experience coaching Division I Hockey Players.
She has been Production Assistant for Turner Broadcasting's "Star's On Ice", stage manager for "Goodwill Games,"and Assistant Director and Director for production of ESPN's "Great Outdoor Games."
Jenn was the assistant to the Technical Director at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts; As well as, stage manager for Placid Productions.